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 The Flotilla's J34 Storebro on Patrol in the East River

Updated: 18 Jun 2018


Our next class is scheduled for Saturday, July 14th.  So far, no one has signed up,  but there's still plenty of time. Let us know if you're interested in attending.  Check back here for updates.  Contact us at:

Auxflotilla75@ gmail.com

       Click Here for the 2018 boating class schedule.

Click here for information on our boating safety class. 

Don't want to spend 8 hours in class all in one day?  Consider attending four hours in the morning one day and the remaining four hours in the afternoon on the next scheduled class.

Learn about our new marine navigation course available on-line! 

 Check out the Auxiliary's new E-Book -- "Basic Boat Handling"

Click here to schedule a free Vessel Safety Check 

What is the Coast Guard Auxiliary?

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed volunteer component of the United States Coast Guard. The Auxiliary was established by Congress in June, 1939 as the Volunteer Reserve, and conducted many of the Coast Guard's domestic missions while the Active Duty and Reserve components were forward deployed during World War II.  

Today, the missions of the Auxiliary are:

  • To promote and improve Recreational Boating Safety;
  • To provide a diverse array of specialized skills, trained crews, and capable facilities to augment the Coast Guard and enhance safety and security of our ports, waterways and coastal regions;
  • To Support Coast Guard operational, administrative and logistical requirements.